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Tyler Flanagan rushed for two touchdowns and passed for another, and Reid Hope rushed for a pair of scores as the Woodland Beavers ran their way to a 42-21 Greater St. Helens 2A League victory over Ridgefield on Friday at Beaver Stadium.

Woodland (6-1, 3-1 league) led 14-0 after the first quarter, and 42-14 entering the fourth quarter.

Flanagan scored on runs of 24, 20 and 19-yards, and completed a 14-yard scoring strike to Kenyon Guy. Hope scored on runs of 14 and 10 yards.

Woodland visits Columbia River on Friday.

Washougal 25, Mark Morris 22: The Monarchs were eliminated from postseason contention in Washougal on Friday night, as the Panthers’ 19-7 lead proved insurmountable in the Greater St. Helens 2A League battle.

Jack Shipley caught eight passes for 91 yards, including scoring hauls of 5 yards from Dawson Fritz and 2 yards from Cole Busch. Dawson Fritz had a 92-yard punt return touchdown to go with 79 rushing yards and six carries. But early mistakes spelled the end for MM.

“We just have to be more consistent throughout the game,” MM coach Shawn Perkins said. “But they showed that fighting spirit.”

Washougal went up 19-7 at the break, scoring on a 3-yard run and 13-yard pass in the second quarter. Fritz cut into that lead with his big return in the fourth quarter, but a 41-yard Washougal run put the dagger in.

Mark Morris plays R.A. Long in Civil War football on Friday at Longview Memorial Stadium.

Kelso 49, Fort Vancouver 18: The Scotties jumped to a big early lead and emerged healthy from the Greater St. Helens 3A League road game in Vancouver going into a showdown with Mountain View next week.

Justyc Ziegler had 127 yards on 16 carries, including touchdown runs of 1 and 12 yards. Marshall Coleman added a 90-yard rushing score and Nate Lonner had an 18-yard running score.

Riley Noah caught three passes for 43 yards and scores of 5 and 21 yards. Coleman also was 3 of 5 for 24 yards passing with a TD throw, and Devin Wallace was 2-2 for 38 yards and a touchdown.

Jorge Montes scored on a 50-yard punt return.

“We accomplished exactly what we wanted,” Kelso coach Steve Amrine said. “Our mindset is awesome (for next week). We’re excited. It should be a fun week with homecoming, senior night and a league title all wrapped in one.”

Clatskanie 55, Dayton 25: Cooper Blodgett passed for two touchdowns and ran for a pair as the Tigers were unstoppable in an Oregon District 1 matchup at Dick Manick Field on Friday in Clatskanie.

“Our offensive line played extremely well,” Clatskanie coach Tim Warren said. “We were dominating up front, and our skill kids were able to capitalize on that.”

Clatskanie 55, Dayton 25: Clatskanie (5-2, 2-1 league) led 28-6 at halftime, and 42-18 entering the fourth quarter.

Blodgett completed 3 of 5 passes for 108 yards including scoring strikes of 34 and 12 yards to Kees Tjaarda. Blodgett also ran eight times for 169 yards, including TD gallops of 79 and 52 yards.

The Tigers rushed for 366 yards. Cedrix Heath had nine carries for 104 yards including a 54-yard TD jaunt, Tjaarda added a 21-yard TD run, Jake Bruce had a 13-yard scoring scamper, and Andre Combs had a 24-yard TD run.

Defensively, the Tigers held Dayton to 200 passing yards, and 339 overall. Chase Baker had two quarterback sacks and a pair of tackles for loss, Sam Shockley had nine tackles, and Tjaarda and Shockley each had an interception.

Clatskanie visits Amity on Friday.

BOYS TENNIS

2A subdistrict tennis: For the first time in school history, Mark Morris advanced all of its singles and its three doubles pairings into the second day after the first round of the tournament at Green Meadows on Friday in Vancouver.

In first singles, Max Bogin won his matches 6-0, 6-3, and 4-6, 6-1, 6-2. Victor Bogin was triumphant in second singles, winning 6-0, 6-2, and 6-3, 6-3. In third singles Austin Humphrey won his first match 6-2, 6-3, lost his second match 6-2, 6-0, and bounced back to win his third match 7-5, 6-0.

In first doubles, Gabe Slind-Ben Haukaas had a first-round bye and won 6-1, 6-0. In second doubles, Adam Burkhardt-Tino Cemulini won 6-4, 6-2, lost 6-0, 6-2, and won 6-4, 6-2. In third doubles, Jake Habedank-Eric Chen won 6-4, 6-2, lost 6-0, 6-2, and won 6-2, 6-4.

R.A. Long’s doubles pairings of Ethan Chung-Brady Anderson, and Cardin Chung-Colin Mendenhall have advanced to Saturday’s play. Chung-Anderson opened with a 6-1, 6-2 win over Washougal, and topped Columbia River 6-1, 6-0.

Chung-Mendenhall fell to MM’s Haberdank-Chen duo, but bounced back to beat Ridgefield 8-3. They also defeated another Ridgefield pairing 4-6, 6-0, 6-3.

GIRLS SOCCER

Columbia River 3, Woodland 0: Beavers’ goalie Gwen Elkinton had 15 saves in the Greater St. Helens 2A League loss on Thursday in Vancouver.

Also for Woodland (3-9, 0-9 league), Ashlyn Daugherty played well.

SLOWPITCH SOFTBALL

Mark Morris sweeps Skyview: Star Littleleaf was a combined 6 for 7 as the Monarchs swept a Greater St. Helens League doubleheader 9-2 and 13-5 on Friday in Vancouver.

In the opener, Littleleaf and Lily Wenzlick were each 2-3 with two runs scored, and Sara Todd was 2-3 with a triple and two RBIs. In the nightcap, Littleleaf was 4-4 with two RBIs and two runs scored, Todd was 3-4 with a triple and three RBIs, Avery Pense was 3-4 with a triple, and Hailey Davis was 3-3 with a triple and two RBIs.

COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL

Lower Columbia 3, Green River 0: The Red Devils swept an NWAC West Region volleyball match 25-15, 25-14, 25-9 on Friday in Auburn.

Standouts for LCC (23-5, 6-1 region) were Cassidy Thompson with nine kills and two aces, and Megan Miller with seven kills and three solo blocks.

Macey Wright dished 19 assists and served two aces, and Haley Paul had three aces.

The Red Devils host Centralia on Wednesday.

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